1. 1/1/1989 44 pages, illustrated
  2. 1/1/1991 This offers practicial advice & a checklist for soil fertility, weed control, pasture & forage management, crop selection & rotation, livestock, and diversification. 62 pages
  3. 19/9/2019 Nancy and John Hayden have spent the last quarter century transforming their livestock grazing operation into an agroecological fruit farm, nursery, and pollinator sanctuary. In Farming on the Wild Side, they discuss the philosophical and scientific principles that influenced them as they...
  4. 10/6/2014 Our Current way of producing food isn't healthy for us or our planet. Paying closer attention to how we eat, what food we buy, and where we make these purchases are important first attempts in creating a better food system. Local: The New Face of Food and Farming in America discusses the steps we...
  5. 20/10/2015 When Forrest Pritchard went looking for the unsung heroes of local, sustainable food, he found them at 18 exceptional farms all over the country. In Detroit, Aba Ifeoma of D-Town Farm dreams of replenishing the local “food desert” with organic produce. On Cape Cod, Nick Muto stays afloat and...
  6. SciDev.Netis the world’s leading source of reliable and authoritative news, views and analysis about science and technology for global development. Our mission is to use independent journalism to help individuals and organisations apply science to decision-making in order to drive equitable,...
  7. This paper is part of a broader programme of research looking at transformations in West African agriculture and the challenges faced by smallholder production systems. The purpose is to explore the future of family farms in West Africa, in light of the enormous changes that have taken place in...
  8. 1/1/1980 This book provides information on agriculturalprograms in the energy fields which are working to ease the Nation's energy crunch.
  9. 7/9/2016 "If we work hard, we sleep well." These simple words distill the farming ethos of authors Shawn and Beth Dougherty, who twenty years ago purchased a small parcel of land deemed "not suitable for agriculture" by the state of Ohio. Today, their family raises and grows 90 percent of their own food...
  10. 9/2/2017 This session will demonstrate Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) as a low-cost, sustainable land-restoration technique used to combat poverty and hunger amongst poor subsistence farmers in developing countries by increasing food, fodder and livelihood production, while enhancing...